2014 Black Male Achievement Social Innovator: Robert C. Maynard Institute for Journalism Education
July 10, 2013
At the Maynard Institute we are so excited and honored to announce that we are one of seven organizations selected for the 2014 class of Black Male Achievement Social Innovators in recognition for our work helping the media more accurately and credibly cover African American males.
As a member of the inaugural class we will receive 12 months of one-on-one capacity-building support, be introduced and showcased to local and national funders, and receive targeted support to increase our national leadership and impact in the field of black male achievement.
The Leadership & Sustainability Institute for Black Male Achievement (LSI) is a national membership network that seeks to ensure the growth, sustainability, and impact of leaders and organizations across the public, private, and nonprofit sectors committed to improving the life outcomes of black men and boys through systemic change.
[Link to the full announcement at LSIBMA.org]
Click below to see President Dori Maynard talk about her for vision and the work the Maynard Institute does to improve the life outcomes of black men and boys. (This video was produced as part of the application process.)
Dori's memorial service, Chapel of the Chimes:
Link to view the entire service at Chapel of the Chimes (1:00:56): http://youtu.be/2oL1IkAnCEU
Link to view highlights from the service (05:24): http://youtu.be/tqoAxZ-ZoN4Please direct your inquiries to:
Evelyn Hsu, Acting Executive Director
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